EMFM
Global X Next Emerging & Frontier ETF
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20.700.04 (0.21%)
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Open20.81
Prev Close20.66
Bid16.50 x 800
Volume28,359
52wk Range15.15 - 21.35
Day's Range20.68 - 20.97
Ask21.14 x 200
Avg Vol (3m)10,258
As of 4:00 PM EDT. Market closed.
  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Are Frontier Investments Better Than Emerging Markets?

    The riskiest developing markets are categorized as “frontier,” which has proved a better investment category than emerging markets in recent years. The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets exchange-traded fund (EEM) is up nearly 12% this year, but the Global X Next Emerging & Frontier ETF (EMFM) is up 23%. The iShares MSCI Frontier 100 ETF (FM) is flat this year, but the HSBC Frontier Markets Fund (HSFAX) is up 7.5% and the Guggenheim Frontier Markets ETF (FRN) is up 6%.

  • Barrons.com13 days ago

    With 9/11 Info Declassified, Will Saudis Sell Billions In U.S. Assets?

    Pages of a U.S. Congressional committee report declassified Friday claim "September 11 hijackers were in contact with, and received support or assistance from, individuals who may be connected to the Saudi Government." In addition, the so-called "Missing 28 pages" on the Saudis and 9/11 suggest Saudi government officials in the United States at the time "may have other ties to al-Qa'ida and other terrorist groups." The pages were part of a broader 9/11 study by a joint Congressional committee, and the Saudis and the U.S. sought to keep some of the alleged connections under wraps in support of the two nations' longstanding allegiance. In addition to the controversy over the 28 missing pages, U.S. courts have helped to keep it festering by ruling alternatively for and against the unrelenting campaign of 9/11 families to allow these courts to hold the Saudi government and its charities responsible by lifting their sovereign immunity.